Excerpt: It was comfortable to hold, but I dropped it a few times now the touch screen doesnt work very well. The speaker phone doesnt work either but otherwise, its good. I like the design of it and the fact that it has a qwerty keyboard makes it much easier to text.
Excerpt: The title says it all! This was my 1st android phone, i traded my blackberry for it and i was disapointed.It had great reception! 3G was always available! I loved the keyboard and the quality of the pictures that were taken with the camera was great! Just wished the camera was a bit faster! The internet expeirence was slow! The battery dies super fast and it was replaced! The lag between home screens was very slow. I updated it to 2.1 and i still had the same results.
Summary: I bought this phone at Amazon because I thought it was good value for the price, but I find that it was misrepresented. It does not have a QUERTY keyboard and it does not support Skype, which is one of the reasons I bought it. I intend to use the phone in Europe and I was hoping to use my Skype number on it. The manual is only available on line and none came with the phone. I hate it when the phone is smarter than the user.
Excerpt: When I first got this phone, I loved it. It had android and a physical keyboard... and that was all that I thought I cared about. Haha, *wrong*. It worked great until the 2.1 update. That update messed the phone up like none other. All of a sudden everything was force-closing, I stopped receiving half of my texts, the phone wouldn't display the 'answer' button when someone called me, and I noticed that somehow the video quality got worse after the update.
Pros: Keyboard, LED Indicator light
Cons: Motoblur, Laggy UI, Battery, No camera flash, Don't receive texts
Summary: The phone itself is a capable android phone. A little bulky, but that is to be assumed when you are talking about a slider. Moto blur is really convoluted. I alson think it may be the reason Motorola is not updating these phones. 2.1 is probably all your gonna get with this phone.
Summary: The Motorola Cliq is a decently build, touch screen, android phone. The capacitive touch screen is very sensitive and reponds accurately to touch. It has average overall internal memory for apps and runs a 528mhz processor. The phone has recently been upgraded to android 2.1, and the download for it is available at motorola.com.
Excerpt: I wouldve never expected this coming from Motorola but for now on I'll never buy another Motorola phone. I didn't have any problems with the phone until later in the experience when it wasn't getting updates.
Pros: great social networking, keyboard
Cons: no flash camera, laggy, 2.1 is buggy, battery sucks, heavy for its size, Motoblur, outdated
Excerpt: I have had this phone for 11 months, and i am very disappointed with this phone. I've had to replace it four times because something always went wrong, and am in the process of replacing it...AGAIN. I've had applications not work. Calling/Texting qlitching. It will mute me out of conversations. Recently a button has been pushed it, and the screen shattered on me! I am not pleased with this phone. And texting lights with burn out.
Pros: Camera, Texting
Cons: Calling, Lights, Buttons, Screen Glitches, Horriable Battery, Heavy
Excerpt: this is my first 'high-tech' phone (my last one being a bottom-of-the-line lg from 2000). having not been jaded, perhaps my expectations were too high. but after 2 months with this phone i wish i'd stuck with the old lg.first and foremost, the dext weighs as much as a boat anchor.